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Posted by e46 on May 11, 1999 at 08:32:17:

In Reply to: M3...first car? posted by Chris Reynolds on May 10, 1999 at 19:57:26:

The car will require some expensive maintainence. Plus, and I realize this isn't an argument for you, 16 yr olds really shouldn't get high powered cars like this -seriously. Wait a couple of years at least and get some driving experience under your belt, because I can almost guarantee that you'll get in a wreck or fender bender with that much power. It takes driving maturity (no offense) to handle a sports car.

: Hey, I've loved the M3 since I was about 12, I am now 16 and am looking for a car for myself and would love the fast, and usually affordable E30 M3...however, would you guys suggest buying this as a first car, or do you feel the maintenence and repair is far to expensive. I would love to hear of any problems or tips you guys may have...thanks
: And by the way...my price range is about 11000 max




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